With AC Milan having already sealed this season’s Scudetto, Serie A turns its attention to European places and the relegation fight this weekend.Milan will get the chance to party in front of their home supporters on Saturday – after they wrapped up the title a week ago with a 0-0 draw against Roma in the Italian capital – when they welcome mid-table Cagliari to the San Siro.
But the day’s most important game will see sixth-placed Lazio welcome Genoa to Rome’s Olympic Stadium, keen to keep the pressure on fourth-placed Udinese in the race for a spot in the Champions League qualifiers.
On Sunday, the match of the round sees Inter Milan with a chance to wrap up second place with a win over third-placed Napoli.
Udinese are away to Chievo Verona while Roma – who are in fifth place, level on points with Lazio and just two behind Udinese – travel to Catania.
Juventus, three points behind Lazio in seventh in the quest for a Europa League place, face a tricky trip to Parma and Fiorentina play host to Bologna.
Sampdoria face a crunch fixture against Palermo, who will be riding high after securing a berth in the Coppa Italia final with a 2-1 win over Milan on Tuesday, as they run out of opportunities to escape the bottom three.
With Brescia and Bari already resigned to life in Serie B next season, Sampdoria are the only team in the drop zone who can escape – with Lecce, who they trail by two points, the team they are most likely to overhaul.
Lecce are away to Bari, while Cesena, who are just four points ahead of Sampdoria, play host to Brescia.